Acropolis Circles, an Alien Investigation
08 Mar 2015

Acropolis Circles: An Alien Investigation

Today I’m featuring a special guest writer; Disgraced (and possibly fictional) alienographer Ethan Taylor, whose claim to fame was his theory that aliens were in fact living among us as angst-filled teenagers. It turned out he’d fallen asleep while reruns of the TV show Roswell were playing, and his easy to

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4 reasons to visit the Greek islands in winter - Naxos Old Town
18 Feb 2015

4 Reasons to Visit the Greek Islands in Winter

Have you thought about visiting the Greek islands in winter? If you only like swimming and partying then you probably haven’t, but if you’re a fan of unique (and almost entirely deserted) towns, awesome scenery and warmish (but perfect for walking) weather, you should probably skip the high season and

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Walking from Fira to Oia on Santorini,Greece
16 Jan 2015

Walking from Fira to Oia, Santorini

Santorini is a pretty amazing place. A volcanic eruption over 3000 years ago morphed this tiny island in Greece into something you’d expect to see on Star Trek. You also have tiny towns full of buildings dressed in white, adding to the otherworldly utopia feeling. Two of the more interesting towns

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The port of Naousa, Paros
22 Dec 2014

The Last Surviving Tourists on Paros, Greece

December 8, 2014 Jon and Gia, just over 2 months in to their round the world trip, arrive at the port of Parikia, Paros.  They wanted their photo taken with the ferry behind them, but the locals looked too busy and there were no other tourists to help them out.

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